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Nancy A. Moran

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Nancy A. Moran was born in Dallas Texas in 1957. Nancy was a professor at Yale University her qualification where a PHD in Zoology and a B.A in Biology. Nancy's research focus was mainly on symbiosis, specifically how multi-cellular organisms and bacteria function with one and other and how their life style evolves to suit the environment. Moran's research could help prevent pas and future misunderstandings about evolution.

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Moran's research allowed her to discover that when either the host or the bacteria evolve its counterpart evolves with it.Moran research could help prevent pas and future misunderstandings about evolution and the importance of natural selection in nature. Nancy believes that “If more people thought about mutation, genetic drift, and population processes as important aspects of evolution, I think the understanding of evolution would be better.”(Moran)



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